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    Default Replica of Sonus Faber Concerto

    Latest DIY project using SF Concerto cabinet design. Drivers are Seas aluminum.
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    I remember when 'broadband' meant The Go-Go's.

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    Those look very nice. How do they sound?
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    Quote Originally Posted by okiepolkie
    Those look very nice. How do they sound?
    The sound is laid-back, imaging is very good. I still have to tinker with the x-over a bit. The one I used was designed for a flat-baffled std. box. Treble is not as bright as I would like. But these have great potential once dialed in.
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    Seriously, doesn't the sound of the following phrase sound natural ?

    "I came into a bit of money, so I commisioned a pair of Moreant La Scala reference speakers".

    ...put an accent grave or accent agu (French accent mark) over the "e" in "Moreant" for marketing (known as the Hagen Daz principle).

    Seriously nice work. :)
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    Moreants-good job-thos look good-any links to a site with schematics for this project-Thanx
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimi64
    Moreants-good job-thos look good-any links to a site with schematics for this project-Thanx

    Sorry but all I used was pictures from the SF factory and specs from reviews as research in building these. I have nothing on paper.
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    Too bad you don't have anything down on paper i was thinking about buying a set of the concerto's.
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    sorry to dredge up an old thread, but was just looking for info on Sonus Faber Concertos and stumbled across this - wow!
    I was disappointed to realize that this isn't a kit. I'm becoming really curious about DIY speakers, just for fun at this point.
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